The weekend is nearly here, but the bloggers on the LexBlog Network seem to be just getting started. The week started off slowly, but picked up steam as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals breathed life back into Viacom’s suit against YouTube, United States v. Nosal was decided, and after what seemed like an eternity, we finally got a verdict in Brinker v. Superior Court. Two of those stories found their way into today’s top posts on the Network, with Elizabeth Acre putting together a great rundown of the decision in Brinker, and Jason Shinn taking a look at Nosal. Enjoy the weekend, everyone.
- Handing Employers A Significant Victory, Federal District Court Strikes Down NLRB Rights Poster Reqiurement– Los Angeles lawyer Mark Theodore of Proskauer on the firm’s blog Labor Relations Update
- Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Does not Protect Against Employee Violations of Company Computer Use Policies– West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of E-Business Counsel on his blog, Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- 10 Questions You Must Be Prepared to Answer Before Oral Argument– Roanoke appellate lawyer Jay O’Keeffe of Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore on his blog, De Novo
- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Folds in the Face of Pressure from Credit Card Companies (Premier Bank): Say it Ain’t So– Washington, DC attorney Steven Berk on his blog, The Corporate Observer
- Supreme Court Issues Long-Awaited Ruling In Brinker Meal And Rest Period Case - Los Angeles attorney Elizabeth Acre of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore on the firm’s California Public Agency Labor & Employment Blog
- Court of Appeals Strikes Down Communications Act Ban on Political and Issue Advertising on Noncommercial Broadcasting Stations – Analyzing the Issues – Washington, D.C. lawyer David Oxenford of Davis Wright Tremaine in the firm’s Broadcast Law Blog
- Social Media: Lowering the Barriers to Entry? – Minneapolis lawyer Dan Kelly of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
- Are Workplace Relationships with Subordinates Proper? Petrin, Melani and Dunn Show Why They’re Not. – Colorado attorney Mike Laszlo of Laszlo & Associates on the Boulder Business Law Advisor
- The World is Moving Fast! - – The blogging lawyers & attorneys at McGlinchey Stafford in the firm’sCAFA Law Blog
- The Legal Faults With Faulty China Translations – Seattle attorney Dan Harris on his firm’s blog China Law Blog.
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